Cameron John wins Argentine Amateur
(AAG photo)
(AAG photo)

CABA, Argentina — The 120th edition of the Argentine Amateur Championship Cup FiberCorp concluded this afternoon at Tortugas Country Club and the winner was Cameron John, a 16-year-old who beat the experienced André Tourinho of Brazil in the final. John captured the victory by a count of 2-and-1 in a match where the wind from the north played a crucial part.

Before reaching the final, John had defeated fellow Australian Anthony Quayle 2-and-1.

In the decisive match, was reduced to 18 holes, John didn't get off a good start and after the fourth hole was 3-down. The Australian began recovering the on the fifth hole, where he won with a birdie, and again with another birdie at the sixth. After being all-square through 11, John won the 12th and 13th hole and eventually close out Tourinho with a par at 17.

In Saturday morning's semifinal round, Tourinho advanced to the championship match with a victory against Italian Luca Cianchetti.

Results: Argentine Amateur
WinAustraliaCameron JohnAustralia500
Runner-upBrazilAndre TourinhoBrazil400
SemifinalsAustraliaAnthony QuayleAustralia300
SemifinalsItalyLuca CianchettiItaly300
QuarterfinalsCanadaEric BanksCanada200

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The Argentine Amateur (Campeonato Argentino de Aficionados) is an international match play tournament, with 36 hole stroke play qualifying to determine 64 players for match play.

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